Joe Harrison, CEO of Milton Keynes University Hospital, has revealed the latest numbers at Milton Keynes Hospital.
Milton Keynes Hospital currently has 30 patients with COVID-19, with 2 in patients being treated in ICU.
Joe Harrison, Milton Keynes University Hospital CEO, says this is the highest number of patients with COVID-19 for several months.
He says: "If you have not yet been vaccinated, please get a jab. Hands, face, space, fresh air is still solid advice for daily life. Protect yourself & each other."
We have the highest number of patients with Covid-19 @MKHospital (30 with 2 in ICU) the most for several months. If you have not yet been vaccinated, please get a jab. Hands, face, space, fresh air is still solid advice for daily life. Protect yourself & each other #NHS— Joe Harrison (@JoeHMK) September 2, 2021
The government coronavirus summary has not yet been updated and MKFM will be able to report more as information comes.
The data, released by the government weekly, includes people admitted to MK Hospital who tested positive for COVID-19 in the 14 days prior to their hospital admission and those who tested positive in hospital after admission.
All coronavirus data is provided by the Government and NHS, no further information is provided on age, gender or vaccination status.
The Government and NHS data can be found here and is updated daily at 4pm.